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TEDx Manhattan Beach Promises Visionaries, Boundary-Breakers

This year's TEDx Manhattan Beach on November 4 promises to be better than ever... and the last day to get your early bird tickets is October 13.The annual TEDx Manhattan Beach is one of the most popular TEDx events in the country, with more than 35 million video views of its speaker talks. Held at the Mira Costa High School campus, the event features a slate of inspirational and innovative speakers, as well as an expo with ideas and offerings from local nonp...

This year's TEDx Manhattan Beach on November 4 promises to be better than ever... and the last day to get your early bird tickets is October 13.

The annual TEDx Manhattan Beach is one of the most popular TEDx events in the country, with more than 35 million video views of its speaker talks. Held at the Mira Costa High School campus, the event features a slate of inspirational and innovative speakers, as well as an expo with ideas and offerings from local nonprofit and student groups.

The early bird "Gold" tickets are $79, which includes breakfast, lunch, a snack, and the entire day's worth of activities. After October 13, the Gold tickets go up to $95. Tickets for seniors ages 65+ and students are $49, from now through October 24. Additional tickets are available for sponsorships and dinner with the speakers.

This year's program features pioneers exploring the world from the heights of a Mavericks big wave to new depths in the center of earth. Expect new insights, thoughtful explanations, and some surprises too. (All live talks will feature sign language interpreters.)

The 2023 speakers and presenters include:

• Cassie Holmes, Happiness Professor• Sachi Cunningham, Maverick Photographer• Anthony Padnos, Perspective Seeker (MCHS Student)• Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Spoken Word Artist• Viacheslav Zgonnik, Scientist with Big Climate Solution• Michael Agyin, Deaf & Disability Advocate• Winston Iskandar, AI Musician (MCHS Student)• Nicole Alexander-Spencer, Doctor/Healer• Mary Gallagher, Actress & Comedian• Francine McCarthy, Scientist on Forefront of Earth’s New Epoch• Fiona Cousins, Sustainability Visionary• Aryn Shelander, Master of Foot Archery

TEDx attendees will also get a chance to enjoy the expo, which includes art, science, technology, and other new ideas.

The 2023 expo exhibitors include:

• ARUP – A global collective of designers & experts dedicated to sustainable development• Black in Mayberry – Presenting “Mirrors & Mosaics: Exploring Identity”, an immersive experience• ByFusion – Presenting ByBlocks, advanced building materials produced by repurposing plastic waste• ESMoA: Presenting the “Going Mobile” and “Ideas are Born from Ideas“ exhibits• ESMOA TEDx MB Community Art Project with Artist Alicia Piller• Food Cycle L.A. – Presenting the “Feed People, Not Landfills” exhibit, from a nonprofit that recovers and distributes surplus food to communities in need• Grades of Green – A non-profit with mission to educate and empower students to take action and lead environmental change• Indivisible Arts –A multi-media experience presenting the creative minds of their program• Grote Surf Boards – A custom board shaping demonstration hosted by Matt Grote• Local Hearts Foundation – Spread joy with the Hood, visit with the Hood Santa• MBEF – Student ambassadors share how MBEF has enriched their lives & educationexperiences• MCHS Student Clubs - Featuring the AP Art Gallery, AP Robotics & Computer Science, Makey Makey, and Model UN• {pages}: a bookstore – A pop-up with amazing selection of best-sellers & TEDx MB Speaker books• Aryn Shelander & the Artemis Circus Collective – Watch Aryn perform at the Expo campus &learn about the Artemis Circus Collective• South Bay Food Initiative – A non-profit that donates food and connects volunteers with localfood banks to combat food insecurity• South Bay Parkland Conservancy – Presenting the local Greenbelt Trail Restoration project• Stretch Lyfe – Presenting the “Move Well, Feel Well, Be Well” exhibit• Terreus – Meet the 8th grade first prize winners of Raytheon’s U.S. Convention Invention (8thcategory) who will present their bio-degradable invention• The Bay Foundation – A non-profit leader with mission to restore Santa Monica Bay water quality• Therapy Lab – Presenting the “Life Satisfaction Lab”• UCLA Student led Organizations: Art SciSci presents an AR experience “Aliens & Stardust,”CruX@ UCLA presents the experience “Hands Free Control & Communication with your Mind,”IEEE of UCLA students introduce their innovative projects, and UCLA 4D3E students present the power of 3D printing, a combination of art and science, building practical solutions to real world problems• White Light Sound – Presenting a meditative experience to heal your body and restore your mind.

TED is a nonprofit organization dedicated to “Ideas Worth Spreading” presented in short, powerful talks delivered by today's leading thinkers and leaders. Many of the talks are presented at TED's annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia and are available free on TED.com.

TED's open and free initiatives for spreading ideas include TED.com, where new TED Talk videos are posted daily; the Open Translation Project, which provides subtitles and interactive transcripts as well as translations from thousands of volunteers worldwide; the educational initiative TED-Ed; the annual million-dollar TED Prize, which funds exceptional individuals with an idea to create change in the world; TEDx, which provides licenses to thousands of individuals and groups who host local, self-organized TED-style events around the world; and the TED Fellows program, which selects innovators from around the globe to amplify the impact of their remarkable projects and activities.

The Manhattan Beach TEDx is now in its 18th year.

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Lost Manhattan Beach Dog Returned After 5 Years

When Brian Withers' little dog Luke went missing five years ago this summer, Withers - and the Manhattan Beach community - went all-out in search of the dog.Luke, a white Maltese mix, had last been seen at 13th and Highland near Uncle Bill's Pancake House and Ocean View Café in July 20...

When Brian Withers' little dog Luke went missing five years ago this summer, Withers - and the Manhattan Beach community - went all-out in search of the dog.

Luke, a white Maltese mix, had last been seen at 13th and Highland near Uncle Bill's Pancake House and Ocean View Café in July 2018 when he disappeared.

As MB News reported at the time, Withers, a local dentist, offered a $2,000 reward for his return, and the community rallied to join the search. Volunteers pounded the pavement, scoured nearby shelters for Luke sightings, and distributed flyers around town and to stores, dog parks, and veterinarians' offices in surrounding cities.

But Luke hadn't been found - until just this week. And now, after being rescued by a family of Good Samaritans in Watts, he's back in his own bed after five long years.

"I know so so many people spent hours of their own time helping me and I couldn't be happier to let people know that this story has a happy ending," said Withers. "I want to thank each and every person who helped, some I'm sure without me ever knowing."

Dog Was Found By Good Samaritans

Withers was in a yoga class on Wednesday when he suddenly began receiving calls, texts, and emails from the chip company Avid, alerting Withers that Luke's microchip had been run, and that he was found.

"My phone started going nuts during a yoga class, and I was so nervous my yoga instructor drove me right in the middle of the class," Withers told MB News.

Luke had been found in Watts, where he had apparently been abandoned by whomever had taken him or bought him. He had lost at least part of his vision and was probably becoming a burden, Withers said. At that point, a family found him and took him in.

"All I know is he was with a lovely family who had found him abandoned by their garbage cans three weeks ago. He was blind in one eye, needed a flea bath and more than a few good meals. They took him in, fed him, bathed him, loved him, and took him to the vet where his microchip was scanned," said Withers.

"These people were angels," Withers continued. "They would not accept anything - money, free dentistry, they were just good people. Found him by their trash cans, and based on the shape he’s in now he must have been really bad when they found him. Breaks my heart, my little buddy had a rough time away."

Luke is now resting safely at home and will visit the vet again to check if there are any more issues.

"When he was taken from me, I prayed and prayed that he’d come back to me no matter how long and no matter what had happened to him, and those prayers were answered," wrote Withers in a message to neighbors on NextDoor who had followed the saga. "I am beyond blessed to have this little guy back with me."

Withers continued: "To all those that helped me five years ago, and those that would take in a little malnourished old dog who was blind like that family in Watts did, remember that YOU are what's holding this world together. As long as the good guys keep doing what they do, kindness and love are what wins, always."

When asked if he wanted the story shared on MB News, Withers agreed. "I think we could all use more good news," he said.

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Hilary’s rains shift summer event’s schedule, but fans still pack stands at AVP Manhattan Beach Open

Tropical Storm Hilary brought winds and rain to Southern California on Sunday, but it didn’t dampen the spirit of fans who came to watch the final — albeit rain-soaked and earlier then usual — action of the Association of Volleyball Professionals’ Manhattan Beach Open.“The Manhattan Beach Open is like the Super Bowl of volleyball. It’s the biggest one,” said Bob Watters, an Anaheim resident who has been attending the tournament for the last 40 years.1 of 22Emily and Whitney Willi...

Tropical Storm Hilary brought winds and rain to Southern California on Sunday, but it didn’t dampen the spirit of fans who came to watch the final — albeit rain-soaked and earlier then usual — action of the Association of Volleyball Professionals’ Manhattan Beach Open.

“The Manhattan Beach Open is like the Super Bowl of volleyball. It’s the biggest one,” said Bob Watters, an Anaheim resident who has been attending the tournament for the last 40 years.

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Emily and Whitney Williams watch Hailey Harward, their church youth leader, play in the women’s semifinals at the AVP Gold Series Manhattan Beach Open on Sunday, August 20, 2023. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer)

The bleachers at the Manhattan Beach Pier were nearly filled as hundreds of fans, wearing plastic ponchos and huddling under umbrellas, braved the historic weather to watch some of the best players in beach volleyball compete in the annual AVP tournament.

With heavy rain pelting the bleachers, most of the attendees were drenched when the women’s finals, the last match, started around 11 a.m. However, the downpour didn’t dim the enthusiasm of fans, who cheered enthusiastically as the wins notched up.

Rob Christie from Manhattan Beach was one of them.

“It started out kind of nice, and it was just a little misty, and we stuck it out through the whole thing,” he said. “And at the end, that match, it was dumping, and I felt bad for the girls on the court, but boy, they fought hard, and they deserve to win.”

Christie, who has been coming to the tournament for 20 years, said it is “the Wimbledon of beach volleyball,” and that he was “so happy” to be attending even in the rain.

Christie said the sport holds a special place in the hearts of those from Manhattan Beach.

“The courts are here provided for everybody’s enjoyment. So it’s nice that the city does that,” he said. “And it’s good exercise, it’s the best thing you can do with your day (it) is to get out in the sunshine, exercise, and have fun with your friends, play volleyball.”

Al Lau, CEO of AVP, said the turnout at the tournament, which celebrated its 40th anniversary this year, demonstrates the sport’s huge fan base in Manhattan Beach.

“For most places, if you had this much weather, you wouldn’t have full stands,” he said. “And yet the crowd was here, and they were here early in the morning, because we started early.”

The tournament was originally scheduled to last until 3 p.m. Sunday, but AVP officials adjusted the schedule so that the competition ended shortly before noon.

It also started early at 7 a.m., instead of 8 a.m., due to the fast-approaching Tropical Storm Hilary, which made landfall over the northern Baja California peninsula in Mexico earlier Sunday morning and was racing toward Southern California as the event concluded, according to the National Weather Service.

So at the end, the men and women’s finals, the final stretch of the tournament, started around 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., respectively.

Lau said the tournament received the go-ahead from local authorities, emphasizing that his team’s emphasis was on the safety of fans and participants.

There were conversations regarding backup plans, such as moving the finals to another day, should the weather conditions become too dangerous, he added.

“If it got to the point that we needed to stop play, we would obviously stop play for safety, and then we would have had different contingencies in terms of how to find a winner,” Lau said.

According to Lau, traditionally, athletes in beach volleyball continue to play as long as there’s no lightning and no extreme wind, said Lau, noting that the women’s gold medal beach volleyball match during the 2008 Beijing Olympics was held in the rain.

“Even with the weather challenges, everyone was committed, AVP, the city, and the players, to crown a winner,” he said. “And we were fortunate that we were able to get it and everyone’s super happy because, again, it’s one of the biggest events in the world.”

As the morning advanced and the winds strengthened, palm trees around the volleyball court swayed. The pounding rain caused puddles of water to form on the streets and on the beach.

When the tournament ended around noon, fans had to splash through puddles of water to get to their cars.

But for Kaylee McClure and Sheradyn Laughridge, who traveled from Atlanta to California to watch the game, the wet weather was nothing new.

“We’re used to rain from Georgia,” McClure said. “So this is pretty normal for us. We don’t know any difference.”

She added: “Our flight leaves today, so we are hoping it doesn’t get canceled.”

Stay out of the water: In Hilary’s aftermath, officials warn of unhealthy beach conditions

Stay out of the water.Although Los Angeles County beaches managed to avoid significant damage from Tropical Storm Hilary, officials have warned beachgoers to avoid swimming, surfing and playing in ocean water due to unhealthy conditions.The L.A. County Department of Public Health has issued an ocean water quality rain advisory until 9 a.m. on Thursday, and noted that the warning period could be...

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Although Los Angeles County beaches managed to avoid significant damage from Tropical Storm Hilary, officials have warned beachgoers to avoid swimming, surfing and playing in ocean water due to unhealthy conditions.

The L.A. County Department of Public Health has issued an ocean water quality rain advisory until 9 a.m. on Thursday, and noted that the warning period could be extended depending on further showers.

It is common for bacteria levels in coastal waters to increase after storms, as rainfall flushes contaminants such as litter, trash, fertilizers, pet waste, metals and car fluids from streets into the ocean via rivers, creeks and storm drains. Bacteria levels typically remain high for at least 72 hours after a storm. The risk of illness is higher for children and the elderly.

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On Monday afternoon, public officials were still assessing damage to county beaches and facilities. Despite the storm breaking daily rainfall records across the region, local beaches appear to have escaped serious damage, officials said.

“Overall, we made it through OK,” said Nicole Mooradian, public information specialist with the county’s Department of Beaches and Harbors, in an email. “We saw erosion at our most vulnerable beaches, but it could have been much worse.”

Crews saw significant erosion at Redondo Beach, around the storm drains, she said, as well as some erosion around a parking lot at Point Dume in Malibu. A restroom in Topanga Beach suffered some internal damage too.

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A video captured by SkyCal on Monday morning released on CBS News showed storm damage near the Queen Mary in the Long Beach harbor, where pieces of a dock were destroyed. No boats appeared damaged, but large amounts of trash and storm runoff could be seen floating on the water.

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In Santa Monica on Sunday, at least two large flows of street runoff some 15 yards wide rushed into the ocean, carrying trash and debris. In Marina del Rey, trash carried by stormwater flowed down Ballona Creek toward the ocean before city-maintained booms and a trash interceptor captured it.

Although large storms can affect drinking water quality, the county department of public health said it is not aware of any effects to local water systems. But it did advise homes or businesses supplied by private wells affected by flooding to look for debris and mud around the well. Visible damage to the well casing, a loose cap, and mud stains could indicate that water within the well and distribution system may be contaminated and affect drinking water quality.

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“If well owners believe that their well has been contaminated, they should discontinue using their well water for drinking and cooking purposes and use only disinfected or bottled water and contact a qualified professional for service,” the county said in an email.

The tropical storm, the first to make landfall in Southern California in 84 years, broke daily rainfall records across the region. Los Angeles International Airport received 2.54 inches of rain and Long Beach Airport reported 2.62 inches, compared with their previous records of “a trace” of rain, weather service meteorologist Rich Thompson said. Culver City got 3.65 inches, Santa Monica 3.56, and the South Bay cities Redondo Beach and Hawthorne tallied 2.47 and 2.24 inches, respectively.

All state beaches in Orange and San Diego counties remained closed on Monday due to the storm.

Will The Hurricane Affect the AVP Manhattan Beach Open?

Editor's note: See Sunday's final outcome of the MB Open here. Will the hurricane affect the AVP Gold Series Manhattan Beach Open?As of Saturday, the AVP had made some adjustments in the hopes of avoiding the brunt of the storm.The AVP added two men's matches on Saturday night, with the winners of those matches advancing to the semifinals and the losers takin...

Editor's note: See Sunday's final outcome of the MB Open here.

Will the hurricane affect the AVP Gold Series Manhattan Beach Open?

As of Saturday, the AVP had made some adjustments in the hopes of avoiding the brunt of the storm.

The AVP added two men's matches on Saturday night, with the winners of those matches advancing to the semifinals and the losers taking fifth place.

According to a statement from AVP:

Sunday's play will begin with two women’s matches at 7 a.m., with the winners of those matches advancing to the semifinals and the losers taking fifth place.

The men’s semifinals will follow, and then the women’s semifinals. The men’s final is tentatively scheduled for 10 a.m. Sunday, with the women’s final immediately following. All times are subject to change.

Matches will be played in the rain, as long as conditions remain safe.

(It should be noted that conditions and schedules may change at any time.)

Saturday Manhattan Beach Open Results

South Bay native Zana Muno and Deahna Kraft secured a spot in Sunday's semifinals, after back-to-back straight set sweeps Saturday over Chloe Loreen/Natalie Robinson (23-21, 21-17) and Toni Rodriguez/Savvy Simo (21-13, 22-20).

"We’re just happy to be here, and we’re really proud of each other," said Muno. "It’s been a work in progress, and we’ve been so close but haven’t been able to close it out. I feel like this week things are clicking, and we’re having a lot of fun. To be in the semis on home sand is pretty amazing.”

Third-seeded Megan Kraft and Emily Stockman have also captured an AVP season best finish and semifinals berth after toppling 11th-seeded Kimberly Hildreth/Teegan Van Gunst, 16-21, 21-13, 15-7, and Hermosa Beach Open champions Corinne Quiggle/Sarah Schermerhorn, 21-13, 22-20.

Top-seeded men Theo Brunner and Trevor Crabb remain unscathed after day two of the Manhattan Beach Open. After opening the morning with a 21-16, 19-21, 15-11 defeat over Brazilian Olympian Alison Cerutti and Billy Allen, they emerged victorious over Taylor Crabb and Taylor Sander, 21-17, 16-21, 23-21, in a “Crabb Boil” that pitted brother versus brother. Brunner now stands one day short of securing his first plaque on the Manhattan Beach Pier, while Crabb stands one day short of joining the ranks of Mike Bright, Mike O’Hara, Mike Dodd, Tim Hovland, and Karch Kiraly as the only male player in history to win the AVP Manhattan Beach Open at least four times in a row.

Hagen Smith, son of beach volleyball legend and four-time Manhattan Beach Open champion Sinjin Smith (1979, 1980, 1986 and 1989) is two wins away from having his name immortalized in beach volleyball history with his father on the Manhattan Beach Pier Walk of Fame. The pair would be the first father-son duo and blood relatives to have their names etched on the pier. Smith and Logan Webber beat Tri Bourne/Chaim Schalk, the #2 seed, 21-16, 15-21, 15-13, and Phil Dalhausser/Avery Drost, the #6 seed, 21-18, 21-19.

Fourth-seeded Taylor Crabb/Taylor Sander and 12th-seeded Cody Caldwell/Seain Cook emerged from the contenders' bracket into Sunday’s semifinals after extended play Saturday.

Live brackets for both the women’s and men’s competitions can be viewed here and will be updated in real time through each day of play.

The full list of Saturday's results includes:

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